Erika Toda (戸田 恵梨香 Toda Erika?, born on August 17, 1988), is a Japanese actress from Kobe. She originally debuted as a gravure model at age 13.
She starred in many great dramas like Liar Game, Code Blue, Ryusei no Kizuna and Keizoku 2: SPEC. She has had supporting roles in many popular Japanese TV dramas such as BOSS, Nobuta wo Produce, Engine and Gal Circle. In the popular manga adaption movie Death Note, she played the role of Misa Amane.
Audrey (NHK, 2000)
Division 1 (2004)
Engine (2005) as Harumi Hida
Calling You (2005)
Zutto Ai Takatta (Fuji TV, 2005)
Nobuta wo Produce (2005) as Mariko Uehara
Jyoou no Kyoushitsu Special Part 1 (2006)
Gal Circle (2006) as Saki
Kiseki no Dōbutsuen (Fuji TV, 2006)
Seishun Energy Mo Hitotsu no Sugar & Spice (Fuji TV, 2006)
Tatta Hitotsu no Koi (NTV, 2006) as Yūko Motomiya
Tsubasa no Oreta Tenshitachi 2 Sakura (Fuji TV, 2007)
Kiseki no Dōbutsuen 2 (Fuji TV, 2006)
Hana Yori Dango 2 (TBS, 2007) as Umi Nakajima
Liar Game (Fuji TV, 2007) as Nao Kanzaki
Ushi ni Negai wo~Love&Farm~ (Fuji TV, 2007) as Kazumi Chiba
Yukinojo Henge (NHK, 2008) as Namiji
Kiseki no Dōbutsuen 3 (Fuji TV, 2008)
Code Blue (Fuji TV, 2008) as Mihoko Hiyama
Arigato, Okan (KTV, 2008)
Ryūsei no Kizuna (TBS, 2008) as Shizuna Ariake
Code Blue SP (Fuji TV, 2009)
BOSS (Fuji TV, 2009) as Mami Kimoto
Liar Game 2 (2009) as Nao Kanzaki
Code Blue 2 (Fuji TV, 2010) as Mihoko Hiyama
Unubore keiji (TBS, 2010) as Hashiba Yūko & Akishima yuri
Keizoku 2 (TBS, 2010) as Tōma Saya
Taisetsu na koto wa subete kimi ga oshiete kureta (Fuji TV, 2011)
BOSS 2 (Fuji TV, 2011) as Mami Kimoto
Death Note as Misa Amane (2006)
Death Note: The Last Name as Misa Amane (2006)
Yume Juya (2007)
Tengoku wa Matte Kureru as Minako Ueno (2007)
Ten Nights of Dream (2007)
Arthur and the Minimoys (2007)
Uni Senbei as Haduki Matsushita (2007)
L: Change the World as Misa Amane (Cameo Appearance) (2008)
Tea Fight (2008)
Amalfi: Megami No 50-Byou (2009)
Shizumanu Taiyo (2009)
Oarai ni mo Hoshi wa Furu Nari (2009)
Liar Game: The Final Stage as Nao Kanzaki (2010)
Hankyū Densha (2011) as Misa
Naohito Fujiki "HEY!FRIENDS"
Yurika Oyama "SAYONARA", "HARUIRO"
May "Sarai no Kaze"
Funky Monkey Babys "Mō Kimi ga Inai"
Mika Nakashima "Orion"
Genji: Days of the Blade as Shizuka Gozen (PS3)
Arthur and the Minimoys as Princess Selenia
Sweet (First Release Date 2002/12/25, Limited Edition 2005/9/30)
Note (FDGD-0158, Release Date 2007/5/25)
Puyo Puyo 7 (2009)
Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (2008)
Kyoto Kimono Yuzen (2007–2008)
Oricon Survey "Fresh Star Ranking" : 7th Place for Female
Oricon Survey "Most Prominent 18-year-old" : 3rd Place for Female
Oricon Survey "Beautiful skin" : 7th Place
Nikkan Sports "Which actress would you want as the heroine of a mobile novel?"
12th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Oct-Dec 2008): Best Supporting Actress for Ryusei no Kizuna
59th Television Drama Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actress - Ryusei no Kizuna
2nd Tokyo Drama Awards: Best Supporting Actress for Ryusei no Kizuna
13th Nikkan Sports Drama Grand Prix (Fall 2009): Best Actress for Liar Game 2